Chris Sabin

Chris Sabin
Chris Sabin
Ring name(s) Chris Sabin
Josh Green
Billed height 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)[1]
Billed weight 205 lb (93 kg)[1]
Born February 4, 1982 (1982-02-04) (age 29)[2]
Pinckney, Michigan
Billed from Detroit, Michigan[1]
Trained by Scott D'Amore[2]
Rudy Boy Gonzalez
Nate Mattson[2]
Bobo Brown[3]
Debut 2000[3]

Joshua Harter[4] (born February 4, 1982)[2] is an American professional wrestler, better known by his ring name Chris Sabin. He is currently working for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA), where he currently teams with Alex Shelley as The Motor City Machine Guns.

After being trained by Scott D'Amore, Sabin debuted in 2000 for Border City Wrestling, and quickly began competing for numerous other independent promotions. In 2003, Sabin joined TNA, and quickly won the TNA X Division Championship, which he later unified with the WWA International Cruiserweight Championship. In 2004, he also wrestled for Ring of Honor. In 2005 Chris wrestled in the UK at International Showdown for The Wrestling Channel's first year anniversary at a sold out Coventry Skydome.[5] Throughout the next few years, Sabin competed mainly in TNA's X Division, until forming the Motor City Machine Guns with Alex Shelley in mid-2007.

Throughout his career, Sabin has held numerous championships, and was the last WWA International Cruiserweight Champion. He has also held titles in Border City Wrestling and Maryland Championship Wrestling. In Pro Wrestling Zero1-Max, he held the ZERO-1 MAX International Lightweight Tag Team Championship, and in TNA he is a former four-time X Division Champion. In 2007, Sabin won the All Japan Pro Wrestling Junior League Tournament, and also won the TNA Super X Cup in 2003. He was a member of the winning team in the TNA X Cup Tournaments in 2004, and 2006.



Harter began training as a wrestler in Michigan at the NWA Great Lakes Pro Wrestling School. After the school began experiencing difficulties, he travelled to Windsor, Ontario and completed his training under Scott D'Amore and "Amazing" N8 Mattson at the Can-Am Wrestling School. He debuted in 2000 after four months training as "Chris Sabin", and began working for D'Amore's Border City Wrestling promotion and for independent promotions in Michigan.

Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (2003–present)

Singles Run (2003–2007)

Sabin joined Total Nonstop Action Wrestling in April 2003 and won the TNA X Division Championship just a month later on May 14 by defeating champion Amazing Red and Jerry Lynn in a three–way dance, after an assist from Triple X.[6][7] After the match Sabin turned heel and joined Triple X in Sports Entertainment Xtreme.[7] His reign ended after three months when he lost to Michael Shane in the first ever Ultimate X match on August 20.[8]

On September 3 of that year, Sabin, now a face, won the 2003 Super X Cup, thus becoming the number one contender to the X Division Championship.[9] He regained the X Division Championship on January 7, 2004, defeating Shane, Christopher Daniels and Low Ki in the second Ultimate X match.[10] He was stripped of the title on March 31, 2004 after a knee injury left him unable to defend it.[11]

After returning from injury, Sabin took part in the World X Cup in May 2004, forming Team TNA with Jerry Lynn, Christopher Daniels and Elix Skipper. On May 26, Team USA defeated Team Mexico, Team Canada and Team Japan in a two hour pay-per-view event which saw the teams fight one another in a variety of matches.[12] The finals saw Sabin wrestle the Canadian Petey Williams and the Mexican Héctor Garza in an Ultimate X match, which Sabin won when he retrieved a large red "X" which had been suspended above the ring on steel cables.[12]

For the remainder of 2004, Sabin contended for the X Division Championship. He won another Ultimate X match on November 9 to win a title shot at Petey Williams. At Turning Point 2004 on December 5, however, Williams was able to secure a victory with the help of a pair of brass knuckles.[13] Sabin got another shot at the title at Final Resolution on January 16, 2005, in an Ultimate X match with Williams and A.J. Styles, but the match and title were won by Styles.[14]

Throughout 2005, Sabin feuded with Michael Shane, by now wrestling as Matt Bentley. In September 2005 he began a feud with Shocker that was killed when Shocker was unable to return from Mexico for their scheduled match at Unbreakable on September 11, instead Sabin faced Petey Williams and won after hitting the Cradle Shock[15]

Sabin (left) and Sonjay Dutt (right) at a Chikara event in 2007.

In 2006, Sabin mostly teamed up with Sonjay Dutt, to great effect, beating Team Canada in a number one contenders tag team tournament on TNA Impact!. At the Against All Odds pay-per-view event Sabin and Dutt were beaten by Chris Harris and James Storm (America's Most Wanted) in a bout for the NWA World Tag Team Championships.[16] On March 11, Chris Sabin defeated Alex Shelley and Sonjay Dutt in a 3-way match to represent both the USA in the "International X Division Showcase" at Destination X 2006 as well as joining Jay Lethal on Team TNA in the upcoming World X Cup Tournament. Later that month, Sabin was hospitalized with a severe concussion after taking four blows to the head during a show for the Northeast Wrestling (NEW) promotion on March 25 in Bristol, Connecticut. He was released after undergoing a CAT scan. Sabin acted as the captain of Team USA at World X Cup 2006, defeating Puma of Team Mexico, earning 3 points, and on May 18, defeating Petey Williams in a sudden death tiebreaker singles match, winning the World X Cup for Team USA.[17]

On the June 1, 2006 edition of TNA Impact!, Sabin rushed to the ring to clear out Alex Shelley and Kevin Nash, who were attacking Jay Lethal in another of Nash's X Division beatdowns. Nash would avoid a physical confrontation with Sabin, only to be challenged to a match by Sabin at Slammiversary 2006 which Nash was able to win.[18]

Sabin later became the number one contender for the TNA X Division Championship by defeating Alex Shelley at TNA Hard Justice 2006.[19] Sabin would enter into an angle with fellow X-Division wrestlers to promote the Jackass: Number Two movie by imitating stunts performed on the film to display the lighter side of the X-Division, something then champion Senshi disapproved of. Since then, Sabin would attempt to take Senshi's title on several occasions. On October 22, 2006, Sabin defeated Senshi after using an inside cradle to become a 3 time X-Division Champion at Bound for Glory 2006.[20] On the November 2, 2006 edition of TNA Impact!, he lost the title to A.J. Styles in the Fight for the Right tournament.[21]

Prior to the match, Sabin showed signs of turning heel when he expressed his disdain for X-Division pioneer, and face, Jerry Lynn for doubting his focus in an interview with Christy Hemme. Sabin completed his heel turn two weeks later when he refused to help fellow X-Division star Sonjay Dutt from an assault from Samoa Joe. Sabin went on to challenge Christopher Daniels at Genesis for the X-division championship but failed.[22] After winning a three–way match against former allies Sonjay Dutt and Jay Lethal for a number one contender's match, he once again challenged Daniels at Turning Point but lost.[23]

At Final Resolution 2007, Sabin won the X Division Championship from then champion Christopher Daniels in a three–way match which also involved Jerry Lynn.[24] Sabin went on to feud with Lynn over the title; defeating him at Against All Odds 2007 by using the ring ropes for leverage.[25] At Destination X, Sabin defeated Lynn in a two out of three falls match to retain the X Division Championship.[26] After the match, however, a masked man, who was later revealed to be Christopher Daniels, attacked both Sabin and Lynn.[26] At Lockdown Sabin retained his title against Alex Shelley, Sonjay Dutt, Jay Lethal, and Shark Boy in a Six Sides of Steel Xscape match.[27] At Sacrifice he retained his title against Sonjay Dutt, and Jay Lethal, by pinning Dutt.[28] Sabin lost his title at Slammiversary, however, to Lethal.[29] Sabin received a rematch on Impact! against Lethal and Samoa Joe, but Sabin was pinned after Joe hit a Muscle Buster.[30]

Motor City Machine Guns (2007–present)

Sabin (right) and Alex Shelley as the Motor City Machine Guns

In the summer of 2007 Sabin formed a tag team with Alex Shelley, known as the Motor City Machine Guns. The two had been teaming in several independent promotions prior to their formation as a team in TNA. Sabin and Shelley started a feud with Team 3D, turning face, which stemmed from Team 3D constantly attacking the X division every week.[31] They defeated 3D at Genesis 2007.[32] He competed in TNA's World X Cup as a part of Team USA/TNA along with Alex Shelley and went undefeated as a tag team throughout winning two tag team matches and the 12 man elimination tag team match.

Sabin and Shelley turned heel, when, after a match with B.G. James and Eric Young, Sabin slapped James in the face. Sabin and Shelley lost a TNA World Tag Team Championship match at Turning Point to Beer Money, Inc.[33]

Sabin and Shelley turned face then joined The Frontline. During December 2008 Sabin qualified for the finals in the X Division title tournament after defeating Sonjay Dutt and Kiyoshi. On January 11, 2009, at the Genesis pay-per-view, Sabin was defeated by his tag team partner Alex Shelley for the X Division title.[34] Sabin and Shelley floated through various storylines, not seen or heard for awhile. Sabin and Shelley eventually began popping up in the crowd with various signs, such as "Yes, we still work here". Sabin and Shelley would then be given their own broadcast table and would occasionally do commentary for various matches.[35][36] On the October 22 edition of Impact!, Sabin and Shelley would win an Ultimate X match against Lethal Consequences to become the number one contenders for the TNA World Tag Team Championship.[37] On the October 29 edition of Impact!, Sabin suffered a concussion during a match with Team 3D after landing on his head, but it was announced he was not injured.[38][39] At Turning Point The British Invasion (Doug Williams and Brutus Magnus) defeated Sabin and Shelley and Beer Money, Inc. in a three-way match to retain the TNA Tag Team Titles.[40] The following month at Final Resolution the British Invasion defeated Sabin and Shelley to once again retain their titles.[41] At Destination X Sabin and Shelley defeated Generation Me (Jeremy Buck and Max Buck) in an Ultimate X match to earn another shot at the TNA World Tag Team Championship.[42] Sabin and Shelley received their title shot on the April 12 edition of Impact!, but were defeated by World Tag Team Champion Matt Morgan and Amazing Red, who replaced the injured Hernandez in the match.[43] The following month at Sacrifice the Motor City Machine Guns defeated Beer Money, Inc. and Team 3D in a three-way match to earn another shot at the Tag Team Championship.[44] On July 11 at Victory Road the Motor City Machine Guns defeated Beer Money, Inc. to win the vacant TNA World Tag Team Championship for the first time.[45] After Victory Road the Motor City Machine Guns entered a Best of Five Series with Beer Money, Inc., contested for the TNA World Tag Team Championship. Beer Money won the first two matches, a ladder match and a Street Fight, after knocking their opponents out with beer bottles.[46][47] However, Sabin and Shelley came back to win the two following matches, a steel cage match and an Ultimate X match, to even the score to 2–2 and set up a deciding match for the August 12 edition of Impact!.[48][49] On the August 12 edition of Impact! the Motor City Machine Guns defeated Beer Money, Inc. in a Two Out of Three Falls match to win the Best of Five Series and retain the TNA World Tag Team Championship.[50] The following month at No Surrender, the Motor City Machine Guns retained their titles in a match against Generation Me. After the match Generation Me turned heel by attacking the Machine Guns and injuring Shelley.[51] On the following edition of Impact! Generation Me laid claim to the TNA World Tag Team Championship, claiming that the champions would not be able to defend them for 30 days, due to Shelley's injury, before stealing Sabin's title belt.[52][53] Shelley would however make his return two weeks later and promised Generation Me a rematch for the World Tag Team Championship at Bound for Glory.[54] At the pay–per–view the Motor City Machine Guns defeated Generation Me to retain the TNA World Tag Team Championship.[55] Also at Bound for Glory, Team 3D announced their retirement from professional wrestling, but requested one final match against the Motor City Machine Guns, whom they called the best tag team in wrestling.[55] The Motor City Machine Guns accepted and the match took place on November 7, 2010, at Turning Point, where they defeated Team 3D to retain the TNA World Tag Team Championship.[56][57] After Jeremy Buck pinned Sabin in an eight person tag team match, where the Motor City Machine Guns teamed with Jay Lethal and Sabin's girlfriend Velvet Sky and Generation Me with Robbie E and Cookie, on the November 18 edition of Impact!, the Motor City Machine Guns challenged Generation Me to an Empty Arena match.[58] The match took place later that same night on Reaction with the Motor City Machine Guns coming out victorious.[59] On December 5 at Final Resolution the Motor City Machine Guns defeated Generation Me in a Full Metal Mayhem match to retain the World Tag Team Championship.[60] The following month at Genesis, Sabin and Shelley lost the World Tag Team Championship to Beer Money, Inc., after Roode rolled up Sabin, following a miscommunication between the Machine Guns.[61] Sabin and Shelley received their rematch for the title on the following edition of Impact!, but lost again due to a miscommunication.[62] For the next three months, the Motor City Machine Guns went inactive, as Shelley suffered a collarbone injury and Sabin returned to the X Division.[63][64] On the April 28 edition of Impact!, Shelley made his return, saving Sabin from a beatdown at the hands of Mexican America (Anarquia and Hernandez).[65] Ironically, the same day Shelley made his return, Sabin suffered a knee injury in his match with Anarquia.[66] Sabin underwent surgery on his right knee in early May.[67] On the June 2 edition of Impact Wrestling, Shelley announced that Sabin had torn his ACL and MCL and would be out for the rest of 2011.[68]

Ring of Honor (2003–2010)

Sabin (right) fastening the AJPW World Junior Heavyweight Championship around the waist of Katsuhiko Nakajima, after Nakajima had defeated Sabin to retain it in August 2007.

Sabin made his debut for Ring of Honor on June 14, 2003, in a four-way match, won by Homicide.[69] He would wrestle for the company sporadically before leaving in February 2004.[69] He would return on November 4, 2005, to unsuccessfully challenge Bryan Danielson for the ROH World Championship.[69] He returned to ROH along with tag team partner Alex Shelley on March 30, 2007, following the Briscoe Brothers winning the ROH World Tag Team Championship. The two challenged Jay Briscoe for a shot at the title on April 28 in Chicago, then attacked him after he accepted. The two would ultimately lose the match and leave the company.[69] They also worked for Pro Wrestling Guerrilla, and challenged for the PWG World Tag Team Championship, although they never won.

In April 2008 Sabin and Shelley returned to ROH, losing to The Age of the Fall (Jimmy Jacobs and Tyler Black) and defeating the Briscoe Brothers (Jay and Mark) on the 18 and 19 respectively.[69] In August 2008 Sabin and Shelley once again returned to ROH, wrestling Austin Aries and Bryan Danielson to a 25 minute time limit draw and losing to Kevin Steen and El Generico on the 1st and 2nd respectively.[69] They were scheduled to return to ROH on October 24 and 25, but were pulled from the events by TNA and replaced by The Latin American Xchange.[70]

On February 13, 2010, Ring of Honor announced at their 8th Anniversary Show that the Motor City Machine Guns would return to the company on May 8 in New York City.[71] On May 8 the Motor City Machine Guns were defeated by the ROH World Tag Team Champions Kings of Wrestling (Chris Hero and Claudio Castagnoli) via disqualification, when the Briscoe Brothers interfered in the match.[72]

Japanese promotions (2006–2010)

On August 25, 2006 at Korauken Hall's ZERO-1 MAX show, Sabin and Alex Shelley became ZERO-1 MAX International Lightweight Tag Team Champions, when they defeated former champions, Ikuto Hidaka and Minoru Fujita. They held the titles for nearly two years, before dropping them to Minoru Fujita, and his new tag team partner, Takuya Sugawara, on April 6, 2008.

On January 4, 2009, Sabin and Shelley defeated No Limit (Tetsuya Naitō and Yujiro) at New Japan Pro Wrestling's Wrestle Kingdom III to win the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship.[73] After three successful title defenses, two of which took place in TNA,[74][75][76] Sabin and Shelley lost the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Titles to Apollo 55 (Prince Devitt and Ryusuke Taguchi) on July 5, 2009, at New Japan Pro Wrestling's Circuit 2009 New Japan Soul.[77] On November 8, 2010, New Japan Pro Wrestling announced that the Motor City Machine Guns would be returning to the promotion the following month, competing at events on December 11 and 12.[78] On December 11 the Motor City Machine Guns were defeated by No Limit in their New Japan return match.[79] The following day they defeated Apollo 55 in the fourth ever match between the two teams.[80]

Personal life

Harter was inspired by Hulk Hogan and Bret Hart.[4] Harter used the money he earned from working at Subway to pay to attend a wrestling school, but also took classes at a community college.[4]

Harter plays bass in a band called The High Crusade, which also includes Martin, former TNA wrestler Petey Williams and their friends Adam Tatro and Chris Plumb.[81][82] The band released their debut album, It’s Not What You Think, on September 7, 2010.[82]

In 2008, Sabin, along with Alex Shelley, appeared in an episode of MTV MADE, teaching a school boy the basics of professional wrestling.[31][83]

His ring name is derived from the character Sabin Rene Figaro from the video game Final Fantasy VI (originally released in America as Final Fantasy III).[84]

Harter is currently dating fellow TNA performer Jamie Szantyr, better known as Velvet Sky.[58]

In wrestling

Chris Sabin performing the Cradle Shock
Sabin posing on the turnbuckles during his ring entrance.

Championships and accomplishments

  • All American Wrestling
  • Blue Water Championship Wrestling
    • BWCW Cruiserweight Championship (1 time)[113]
  • Full Impact Wrestling
    • FIW American Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
  • Great Lakes All-Pro Wrestling
    • GLAPW Junior Heavyweight Championship (1 time)[3]
  • International Wrestling Cartel
    • IWC Super Indy Championship (1 time)[3]
    • IWC Super Indy Tournament (2004)[3]
  • Maximum Pro Wrestling
    • MXPW Cruiserweight Championship (2 times)[3]
    • MXPW Television Championship (1 time)[3]
  • Michigan Wrestling League
    • MWL Light Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
  • Ontario Championship Wrestling
    • Tag Team Championship (1 time)
  • Pro Wrestling Report
    • Tag Team of the Year (2010)[116] - with Alex Shelley
  • Xtreme Intense Championship Wrestling
    • XICW Light Heavyweight Championship (1 time)[109]
    • XICW Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Truth Martini[3]
  • Other titles
    • MMWA Marquee Heavyweight Championship[3]


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